|Raul Jimenez (WOL)||£7.6m||137,000|
|Sergio Aguero (MCI)||£12.0m||42,000|
|Dominic Calvert-Lewin (EVE)||£6.1m||41,000|
|Danny Ings (SOU)||£7.0m||37,000|
|Roberto Firmino (LIV)||£9.6m||27,000|
He has suffered a huge 430,000 transfers out, with 137,000+ making the direct swap to Wolverhampton Wanderers' Jimenez.
However, Abraham is now back in training and is set for a late assessment ahead of the King Power Stadium encounter.
The news may be enough to convince his remaining 26.3 per cent ownership to hold for now.
Yet with doubts still hanging over his fitness, the Blues' upcoming schedule could spark further sales.
Abraham has struggled for output when playing against such opponents this season.
Indeed, none of his 13 goals have come against the current top six sides.
Crucially, both Southampton and Liverpool have favourable upcoming schedules.
According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), five of their next six matches score only two.
Along with Jimenez, both Ings and Firmino have the chance to deliver big returns over the coming Gameweeks.